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TOURNAMENTS FOR "TOMMIES." Rhyddm?s Park Hall, Swansea, WM the I &*ne of great animation, when a large1 mimber of eoldiM-s c?mpet?d in the baca I telle and draughts tournaments, Lance- corporal Bowlson winning the prise in the bagatelle competition, and Private Taylor the draughts. During the evening Bands- man Wafers entertained the oompany to flute Fkolop, and Miss Davies proved an efficient accompanist. The Tommies" thoroughly enjoyed the evening, and did full justice to the good things provided for supper. Ehyddings Park Hall is opei every < evening for members of his Majesty's .ioa8. and it is intended to hold another tourna- ment next Tuesday evening.